Yogi Tea - Organic Women's Tea, 17 Bags Multiple Options

Yogi Tea - Organic Women's Tea, 17 Bags Multiple Options

Brand - Yogi Tea
£3.09
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Quick Description

Meditate and feel ultra zen with the chamomile and orange peel notes of Yogi Tea’s Organic Women’s Tea. It is goodness in tea form and brimming with love.

Key Information

  • Wonderful camomile, ginger and orange peel flavour
  • 17 bags of mild, organic women's tea
  • Ready to enjoy in under 10 minutes
  • Caffeine-free
  • Certified organic

Product Overview

Multifaceted, beautiful and inspiring, this tea is femininity in the form of an aromatic and flavourful hot beverage.

Yogi Tea’s Organic Women’s Tea offers a wonderfully vibrant and caring drinking experience. With each sip, enjoy the floral blend of chamomile and dandelion and a delicious hint of orange.

This tea combines antioxidant-rich ginger and chamomile with invigorating orange peel and cinnamon to create an aromatic herbal elixir. Wonderfully organic and completely caffeine-free, this tea is bursting with flavour and is the perfect hot drink to snuggle up with.

Allow yourself to be enveloped by the essence of tranquillity and peace that will be evoked by this tea. So what are you waiting for? Grab a hot cuppa!

How to Prepare

Pour 250 ml of freshly boiled water over the teabag. Allow to infuse for 5 to 6 minutes - or longer for a stronger flavour.

Ingredients

Ginger, orange peel, cinnamon, fennel, chamomile flowers, dandelion, barley malt, liquorice, orange oil, black pepper, juniper berries, cardamom, cloves, angelica root extract.
Allergens: Barley

Frequently Asked Questions

What exactly is barley malt?

Malt is a germinated cereal grain, in this case, the cereal grain being barley, that has been dried in a process known as ‘malting’. Barley is the most common, however, various cereals are malted. Often seen on the labels of a large variety of blended flours, high-protein forms of malted barley are used when making yeast bread and other baked goods.